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The Lying Carpet

Average rating
4.1 out of 5
Based on 10 Ratings and 5 Reviews

Book Description
A little girl wakes up to find she is a statue in a room in a grand house with only a tiger rug for company. Is anything the tiger says to be trusted? Is he a real tiger, a fake or a magic carpet? Is she really just a statue or is she bewitched was she once turned to stone? Will she ever come to life?
Book Information
PublisherBolinda Publishing
BindingAudio CD (8 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date01/01/2010
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About David Lucas (Author) : David Lucas is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of David Lucas include Nutmeg, Lying Carpet, The Robot and the Bluebird, and Peanut.
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About Nicholas Bell (Narrator) : Nicholas Bell is a published narrator of children's books. A published credit of Nicholas Bell is Lying Carpet.
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9/25/2008 celia Leary said: Saw an advanced copy of this and it is gorgeous. Typical simple yet powerful illustrations but this time in black and white rather than his lovely colours. This adds rather than detracts though. A older readership than previously,. Leaves you thinking.
tags: I recommend, I read

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